Category Archives: acne-prone skin

How to wash your face

Washing face is more than just soap and water. This step is really important and you should not ignore it. The purpose of cleansing is to remove long worn makeup, sweat, dirt and bacteria from your skin. If you do … Continue reading

Younger Skin with Acids

Acid is a smart choice to exfoliate your skin. Acids lift away dead cells and reveal fresh, undamaged skin. Unlike scrubs, acids exfoliate uniformly and they are less likely to irritate your skin. The key is not to overdo and … Continue reading

Acne Be Gone

When it comes to effectively treating pimples, we’d always look for ingredients listed below that actually work and choose the one(s) best suited to your skin’s condition. Benzoyl Peroxide Best for: Either spot treating big, angry pimples or as a … Continue reading

Choose the right exfoliator for your skin type

Every day, your skin is exposed to dust, smoke, and heat from the sun. So, only washing your face is not enough to take away all the dirt and dead skin cells. Each week, do not forget to find some … Continue reading

Isotretinoin: The safety warnings

If salicylic acid is like gentle sandpaper for your skin, isotretinoin (commonly referred to by the now-defunct brand name Accutane) is paint stripper. It gets the job done when nothing else will, and it comes with plenty of safety warnings. … Continue reading

Skin Care Benefits of Sulfur

How can Sulfur Skin Care Products Help to Fight Acne? Sulfur is usually not the first thing that comes to mind when people think of effective acne treatments, but this odorous mineral is actually one of the oldest acne treatments … Continue reading

Benefits of chemical peels

A chemical peel uses a chemical solution to smooth the texture of your skin by removing the damaged outer layers. Using chemical peel is one of the least invasive ways to improve the appearance of your skin. Sun exposure, acne, … Continue reading

Salicylic Acid

 Salicylic Acid is also known as Betahydroxy acid or BHA. It is derived from a bitter powder that comes from the bark of a willow tree. It is a “keratolytic” (keratin-dissolving) which is the technical term for exfoliating ingredient. It … Continue reading

How to Choose Natural Oils for Your Skin Type

Not long ago cosmetic experts say we should use oil-free products to avoid clogging pores. But it’s time to change. Now many natural oils are our friends. Unlike synthetic oils and minerals sitting on the the skin’s surface, today many … Continue reading


Whаt аrе the exact ѕуmрtоmѕ оf clogged роrеѕ? Thе сlіnісаl nаmе fоr blосkеd роrеѕ іѕ соmеdоnе. Sіgnѕ аnd symptoms include thіngѕ lіkе blасkhеаdѕ (partially clogged pores), whiteheads (completely clogged pores), оr pimples (rеddіѕh соlоrеd іnflаmmаtіоnѕ оf the роrеѕ where оіl … Continue reading